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Begun by Na Kim (KR) in 2004, Umool Umool is a print/magazine/project that may change as it progresses. The title translates to "well" in Korean, referencing the vessel or container that constantly replenishes itself. Contributors range from emerging voices in the graphic design field to the clear-eyed establishment - Umool Umool offers an opportunity to explore their ideas in a more free-form manner. Oft addressed topics are the role of the designer, the division of form and content, and the heirarchies of graphic design in the wider realm of cultural production.
Umool Umool vol. 10: 2, 3, 4, 5.... Something like 13 individuals/groups were invited to describe their collaborative process, their behind the scenes work, the ways they improvise, delegate, fake it, and fantasize about it. Designed and edited by Na Kim and Astrid Seme. With Abake, Anu Vahtra, Corner College, Eric Hattan, Gallery Factory, Gavin Wade, Hilde Meeus, James Langdon, Janna Meeus, mk2, OX, Paul Cox, Sasa , Silvia Bachli, Specter Press, Thomas Galler, Thomas Geiger, Triin Tamm, workroom, Yair Barelli. Edition of 400. 194 pages, 5.75" x 8". $36. Add to cart